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  1. Science shines light on dark matter

    …enduring mysteries in modern physics - the nature of dark matter. This is something that…

    …physics - the nature of dark matter. This is something that accounts for the difference between the observable mass of…

    …Scientists from the University of Leicester say they may have solved one of the most enduring mysteries in modern physics - the nature of dark matter. This is something that accounts for the…

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  2. Have Jedis created a new 'religion'?

    …and evil, light and dark. "Fear is the path to the dark side," Yoda tells Anakin Skywalker…

    …offer a simple dualism of good and evil, light and dark. "Fear is the path to the dark side," Yoda tells Anakin…

    …simple dualism of good and evil, light and dark. "Fear is the path to the dark side," Yoda tells Anakin Skywalker. "Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering. I sense much fear…

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  3. Ebola, race and fear

    …and therefore pose zero risk," she writes . "It doesn't matter: they're dark-skinned and…

    …she writes . "It doesn't matter: they're dark-skinned and foreign. They're in Dallas. They might be infectious." The…

    …pose zero risk," she writes . "It doesn't matter: they're dark-skinned and foreign. They're in Dallas. They might be infectious." The Guardian's Hannah Giorgis says examples like these shed light…

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  4. Newspaper headlines: 'Edging toward the EU exit?'

    dark for two days" by George Osborne over the community's demand that the UK pay an extra…

    …The paper says the PM had been "left in the dark for two days" by George Osborne over the community's demand that the UK…

    …Guardian, is Saturday's lead story for most papers. The paper says the PM had been "left in the dark for two days" by George Osborne over the community's demand that the UK pay an extra £1.7bn into…

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  5. Starlings: Mapping and modelling the ballet of the skies

    …Goodenough said she just wants participants' best guess, no matter how tentative the…

    matter how tentative the speculation. "It's a strong use of the word 'estimate'," she said. Part of the power of the…

    …to flock in their thousands or even millions. Dr Goodenough said she just wants participants' best guess, no matter how tentative the speculation. "It's a strong use of the word 'estimate'," she said…

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  6. Austria unveils World War Two deserters' memorial

    …justified, no matter what the motive." 'A kind of liberation' World War Two still poses…

    …Wehrmacht, I think it is fair to say that every desertion was justified, no matter what the motive." 'A kind of…

    matter what the motive." 'A kind of liberation' World War Two still poses difficulties for Austria, which was slow to acknowledge the role Austrians played in Nazi atrocities. But since the 1980s… the…

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  7. World Update: Liberia's chief medical officer

    Dark matter mystery solved / Living in Russia without Western goods / Hitler's drug use…

    Dark matter mystery solved / Living in Russia without Western goods / Hitler's drug use and abuse…

    Dark matter mystery solved / Living in Russia without Western goods / Hitler's drug use and abuse…

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  8. Front Row: Boris on Churchill; Serena reviewed

    …of his death, and there's a review of the film Serena - a dark tale about a troubled…

    …review of the film Serena - a dark tale about a troubled marriage in the Depression-era, starring Jennifer Lawrence and…

    …In tonight's Front Row Boris Johnson considers Churchill's legacy on the 50th anniversary of his death, and there's a review of the film Serena - a dark tale about a troubled marriage in the…

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  9. Kashmir bus linking divided families 'a lifeline'

    …This bus is a lifeline for the divided Kashmiri families, and we wish that no matter how…

    …future of the service. "This bus is a lifeline for the divided Kashmiri families, and we wish that no matter how bad…

    …the future of the service. "This bus is a lifeline for the divided Kashmiri families, and we wish that no matter how bad things become between India and Pakistan, this bus shouldn't be stopped," he…

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  10. Weekendish: The best of the week's reads

    …Richard Dawkins is reading this and cares to solve it. Martin Gardner, puzzle master

    …Dawkins is reading this and cares to solve it. Martin Gardner, puzzle master extraordinaire Longings… full well in his…

    …remains a mystery. That is, unless Richard Dawkins is reading this and cares to solve it. Martin Gardner, puzzle master extraordinaire Longings Gardner's passion coincided… burglar, but going on into…

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  1. Dark matter signal points to exotic black-hole origins

    dark matter is expected to cluster. Some think it is our best sign of dark matter so far…

    …complex beast. Dark matter is thought to make up 80 per cent of the universe's matter, but it is hard to detect as it…

    dark matter particles interact with each other via a mysterious "dark force", bringing them together to annihilate more often over the history of the universe. That would mean there is less dark

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  2. Can accountants save the planet?

    … have found that dark matter (said to comprise 84 per cent of matter)…

    …wealth Just as physicists and geneticists have found that dark matter (said to comprise 84 per cent of matter) and “junk…

    …physicists and geneticists have found that dark matter (said to comprise 84 per cent of matter) and “junk” DNA contain crucial information and are critical for the working of their respective…

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  3. POLARBEAR Sniffs Out Cosmic Clues About The Universe, Dark Matter And Neutrinos

    …our Universe and figure out some of the mysteries of dark matter and dark energy. The new…

    matter and dark energy. The new results are an early win for the POLARBEAR collaboration, a group of more than 70…

    …figure out some of the mysteries of dark matter and dark energy. The new results are an early win for the POLARBEAR collaboration, a group of more than 70 scientists using a telescope high in Chile’s…

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